This may be the simplest recipe I’ve ever posted, but just because it is simple doesn’t mean it isn’t good!
I had blistered and salted Shishito peppers for the first … Read More
So this is what 3 lbs of chillies look like!
I’ve got some preserving to do!
Until next time, Eat Well & Keep Digging (and keep some milk on hand!)
Last year I made Sambal Oelek from ripe Jalapeno peppers, and earlier this summer I made another batch from some red peppers and a few of the beautiful Fatalii chillies … Read More
The canning has begun! Above are some of the jars of pepper jelly I made from a package I found on the shelf next to the canning supplies. I love … Read More
When I think of pickling I think of a big production where there are pounds of the desired ingredient to be pickled. Several hours and multiple quarts later you are … Read More
I find the stillness of the garden in early morning rejuvenating. With a cup of coffee in one hand, the camera in the other, I can take a look-see, pausing … Read More
It’s been a busy couple days in the garden. The heat has finally broken and I can get outside without melting. What’s Happening?
One Growbox is done, the zucchini and cucumbers … Read More
I made a trip over to the veggie plot. It is terribly over grown and the only thing surviving are the peppers and tomatoes. Not sure what happened to the … Read More
It was happy to have a cool breeze tonight after dinners as I poked around the garden. What a break from recent days. Let’s take a look at the peppers … Read More
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